Episode fifteen was published. Yesterday I was worried that there wouldn't be anything to talk about and it would be a short episode. Instead, there was enough to fill a full episode. There was a recording problem and you may enjoy the episode more if you listen first then read the problem I had editing.
For some reason, my audio came through on Tim's stream. Even worse, it wasn't the nice clean audio from my microphone, it was the low-quality audio from a phone headset. Tim and I usually connect with a phone call or Google Hangouts voice call and record our audio separately. Then, in editing, I splice the two together and get rid of any noise. In a couple instances, it's possible to hear my tinny, second-hand audio from Tim's feed but 98% of that was cut out.
This was our last episode of the calendar year! If you're celebrating a holiday, we at 2xCb+Mic wish you the best. If you're not celebrating, we hope you had a great year and 2017 is also great. If you don't recognize this as the last month of the year AND you don't celebrate any holidays I hope you enjoyed the episode.
I have an ear with the mechanical covering
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The rest of the posts for this project have been arranged by date.
First time here?
Completed projects from year 1.
Completed projects from year 2.
Completed projects from year 3.
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